If you haven’t done it yet, you should probably check out the first part to this article: The Long Island Iced Tea. It’s going to help you understand the basics of this drink before we start playing with different types of Long Island. What Can you Change to make a different type of Long Island?… Continue reading Different Types of Long Island
The Long Island Iced Tea is a victim. A victim of it’s own fans… people who had no idea what to order at a bar so they got this and then they never ever changed their order again. Okay, it’s not quite so bad. It is a good drink, or rather, it can be a… Continue reading The Long Island Iced Tea
Drinking in Las Vegas is considered a rite of passage for many, particularly if you are turning 21 or getting married or generally a party person. Remember though, this kind of drinking is a whole different ballgame and it comes with its own set of rules. 10. Be Safe Sure, girls know this well enough… Continue reading 10 Rules for Drinking in Vegas
I would describe the champagne cocktail as everything that I’ve been searching for in hard cider and haven’t been able to find. It is slightly sweet, the bitters give it depth and character, it’s refreshing but not fruit-punch refreshing and the carbonation is just right. It’s what hard ciders want to be (and hopefully with the rise in craft ciders, will be soon).
I have a confession to make… I’ve never had EggNog. I know! I’m sure you gasped audibly. For whatever reason, we just never had it growing up, probably because my parents didn’t really drink and if you aren’t buying it to put alcohol in it, then you probably aren’t getting it at all. By the… Continue reading Getting in the Christmas Spirit
The Difinitive Guide to Homemade Egg Nog: Recipes, comparisons, and the basic building blocks to create your own unique recipe.
One drinkers opinion on learning to enjoy liquor for those who are new to drinking. How to become adept at finding nuanced flavors and enjoying craft spirits and cocktails.